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Police are searching for three men they say vandalized MCU Park last month. The crooks entered the Cyclones stadium, located at 1904 Surf Avenue, through a loading dock gate on January 26, 8:30pm, and grabbed several practice baseball bats and Spiderman ski masks, cops say. Then police say they vandalized the home team’s locker room with graffiti before…

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JF-Z1A_RRSA Cops are hunting for a pair of burglars who broke into two Coney Island businesses last month, scoring approximately $22,000 in cash. On Saturday, January 17, the duo shattered the front glass door of Peggy O’Neill’s at 1904 Surf Avenue just beore 5:00am. They rummaged through the property, eventually making of with approximately $12,000.…

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It’s been a long, crazy summer by the beach. Nearly a year after Superstorm Sandy devastated the area, Coney Island went through a wild summer season. Like any neighborhood with a theme park at its heart, there were thrills, chills and nearly collapsing Astrotowers. As the summer wind gives way to autumn chills, I’m reminded…

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We received this release from the offices of State Senator Martin Golden: Benjamin M. Lawsky, Superintendent of Financial Services, announced representatives of the Department of Financial Services will be at locations in Brooklyn, Staten Island, Nassau County and Suffolk County to help homeowners, renters and business owners with insurance-related issues stemming from damage caused by…

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Councilman Mike Nelson posted information on his Facebook page concerning the availability and distribution of free dry ice by Con Edison today for customers without power due to Hurricane Sandy. According to Nelson: “Con Edison will distribute dry ice at five locations starting at noon today to customers who are without power due to Hurricane Sandy. Distribution will continue until…

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Warner Fusselle, the only man to have ever called the play-by-plays for the Brooklyn Cyclones (1904 Surf Avenue), passed away a week shy of what would have been his 12th Opening Day since the inception of the team. “We are deeply saddened by the news of Warner’s passing,” said Cyclones General Manager Steve Cohen. “There is…